The Osorno Valley at the northern end of Chilean Patagonia between the Bueno River and the Pacific Ocean, es home to an extraordinary terraced vineyard with volcanic soils. Carved into the northern foothills of the Cordillera de la Costa, it invites us to discover a distinctly original wine, offering the finest expression of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc we have encountered so far. Brilliant pale yellow color, with greenish tones. On the nose there are intense citrus aromas with notes of peppers, especially yellow pepper, typical of the Sauvignon Blanc from this area
Its acidity stands out on the palate, giving it a particular freshness and minerality. It finishes with a long, balanced aftertaste, leaving a fruity character that lasts in the mouth.
For seafood lovers, this is a fantastic choice for pairing with exquisite dishes like ceviche, fish tacos, seafood pasta, and shrimp and, Paella